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Section Newsletter Articles From Michael O’Brien

ADR happenings By Michael O’Brien Alternative Dispute Resolution, June 2005 Coming up in early December is a Joint ADR Conference entitled, "Coming Together for Peace."
ADR happenings By Michael O’Brien Alternative Dispute Resolution, April 2005 On February 25, 2005, the Illinois Senate passed on a new bill concerning the status of an Arbitrator in civil litigation.
Case summaries By Michael O’Brien Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2005 In the process of building a dormitory on the campus of the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee's campus, a dispute arose between J.H. Finderoff & Sons (Finderoff) and their union workers over the proper use of Bobcat machinery.
Practitioner resources By Michael O’Brien Alternative Dispute Resolution, February 2005 In the third edition of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Handbook from the ADR Section Council of Texas, we are given a comprehensive look at all aspects of ADR from several different authors.
Case summaries By Michael O’Brien Alternative Dispute Resolution, December 2004 Eric Jensen (Jensen) entered into a franchise agreement with Quik International (Quik) on July 3, 2002. T
Practitioner resources By Michael O’Brien Alternative Dispute Resolution, December 2004 In his latest book, 25-year veteran of ADR, Bernard Mayer, takes a critical look at the field of mediation as a whole and explores where conflict resolution as a field is now and where it should or possibly could be.

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